The Frick Pittsburgh

7227 Reynolds St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15208- Map It
Phone: (412) 371-0600

AAA Editor Notes

The Frick Pittsburgh, 7227 Reynolds St. in Point Breeze, is a 6-acre complex that includes Pittsburgh industrialist Henry Clay Frick's restored 19th-century home, Clayton; The Frick Art Museum; the reconstructed Alden and Harlow 1897 Greenhouse; and a welcome center. The Car and Carriage Museum features carriages and vintage automobiles. The Frick Art Museum contains Helen Clay Frick's art collection and hosts traveling exhibitions; docent-led tours of the permanent collection are available by appointment. Guided tours are available. Food is available.
Clayton $15; $13 (senior citizens and students and active military with ID); $8 (ages 6-16). The Frick Art Museum and Car and Carriage Museum free. A fee is charged for The Frick Art Museum guided tour. Reservations are strongly recommended for Clayton and are required for The Frick Art Museum guided tour.
Hours: Tues.-Sun. 10-5 (also Fri. 5-9). Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas.